Japan's Far More Female Future (inbunden)
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Japan's Far More Female Future (inbunden)

Japan's Far More Female Future

Increasing Gender Equality and Reducing Workplace Insecurity Will Make Japan Stronger

Inbunden Engelska, 2020-09-25
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Through analysis of trends and policy options, combined with interviews with 21 female role models from business to the arts, Bill Emmott takes an optimistic look at how a society with an extreme level of gender inequality, an ageing population, and slow economic growth can achieve greater social justice and sustainable prosperity for the future.
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Bill Emmott is a writer and consultant best known for his 13 years as editor in chief of The Economist in 1993-2006, a publication he first joined in 1980 and served in Brussels, Tokyo, and London. He is now chairman of the International Institute for Strategic Studies in London, chairman of the board of Trinity College Dublin's Long Room Hub for Arts & Humanities, and chairman of the Japan Society of the UK. In 2016 the Japanese government awarded him the 'Order of the Rising Sun: Gold Rays with Neck Ribbon' for services to UK-Japan relations. He is the author of 14 books, including most recently The Fate of the West: The Battle to Save the World's Most Successful Political Idea (2017).


Preface Part One: Human Capital and the Sources of Japan's Vulnerability 1: The Legacy of the Heisei Era, 1989-2019 2: 'A Place in Which Women can Shine?' Part Two: Success Stories 3: Individuals with a Community Spirit: Baba Kanako, Ishizaka Noriko, and Oikawa Hideko 4: Female Leadership in a Male World: Kono Naho, Higuchi Hiroe, and Terada Chiyono 5: Starting Something New: Toko Fish Atsuko, Hayashi Chiaki, Mitarai Tamako, and Nakamura Noriko 6: Making a Political Impact: Koike Yuriko, Kuniya Hiroko, and Hayashi Fumiko 7: Creating Art, Interpreting Life: Shinoda Toko, Nishimoto Tomomi, and Kawase Naomi 8: Representing Japan, Defending Human Rights: Miyoshi Mari, Osa Yukie 9: Discovering, Developing, Teaching: Kuroda Reiko, Nagoya University, Kawai Eriko and Ogawa Michiko Part Three: Conclusions and Recommendations 10: The Tasks Ahead